Stress-triggered changes in peripheral catecholaminergic systems.

@article{Kvetansk2013StresstriggeredCI,
  title={Stress-triggered changes in peripheral catecholaminergic systems.},
  author={Richard Kvetňansk{\'y} and Xiaojiong Lu and Michael G. Ziegler},
  journal={Advances in pharmacology},
  year={2013},
  volume={68},
  pages={359-97}
}
The sympathetic nervous system not only regulates cardiovascular and metabolic responses to stress but also is altered by stress. The sympathoneural and sympathoadrenomedullary systems are modified by different metabolic pathways and have different responses to short- and to long-term stressors. Stress also induces nonneuronal catecholamine enzymes, primarily through corticosteroids. Catecholamine synthetic enzymes are induced by different pathways in response to short- and long-term acting… CONTINUE READING

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